Health & Wellness

Shriners Healthcare for Children broke ground in July for its new clinic in Woodbury, as the group moves toward outpatient care instead of inpatient. The project, a two-story, 42,000-square-foot building, is located south of Interstate 94 and east of Radio Drive. 

Although it was once thought to be exclusively for the rich and famous, plastic surgery has become mainstream in recent years, and it’s only getting more popular.

The healing power of art has been long recognized and celebrated. Its ability to surrender usually busy brains to simplicity and peace has made it a valued therapy method.

Amanda Riley, owner of Blissful Balance, first introduced an infrared sauna to her studio last November. When asked what it helps with, Riley’s response is, “Pretty much everything.”

“Many people don’t realize the issues they’re experiencing with their skin are caused in the summer,” says Jennifer O’Keefe, an esthetician at Radiance Medspa in Woodbury.

If you’re looking for a Halloween celebration unlike any other, this spooky and fun event at Jerry’s Foods is just for you.

Back in the late '80s, spectators at Woodbury High School junior varsity girls’ basketball games became accustomed to an unusual sight: a 6-year-old kid standing in one corner of the gym, making hand signals and pretending to referee the game.

Started in 1991, Run N Fun has been a favorite among runners for nearly 26 years. Owner Kari Bach started the company with her husband because of his love of running. “It was more my husband’s dream; he was a pretty accomplished runner.

Mental health isn’t something you have to go through alone. Dr.

Lots of energy and action can be found at i Love Kickboxing which opened on Woodbury’s east side at Eagle Valley Marketplace, bringing with it a great workout place.

Join St. Ambrose Catholic Church on September 22 and 23 for SAWFEST, their inaugural fall festival. Co-chair Clare Schisler says, “It’s a community-building event” open to the entire local community and St.